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  • Root, root, root, for the home teams

     Root, root, root, for the home teams
    If you love baseball but your wallet can't handle taking the family to a major league game, there are plenty of other options. The Chicago suburbs are home to six professional baseball teams that aren't the Cubs or the White Sox. In addition to not...
  • United Way Marks 90th Anniversary

    United Way Marks 90<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> Anniversary
    There was a whole lot to celebrate down at Infinity Music Hall & Bistro Tuesday as more than 300 people celebrated the 90th anniversary of the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut. "It's been 90 years of supporting families," said outgoing...
  • Easter Weekend Brings Seasonal Fun To CT

    Easter Weekend Brings Seasonal Fun To CT
    It’s Easter weekend so while the parties and the galas are on hiatus for a few days, it is all about some other activities, so let’s start hopping. Get a dose of airborne history and the Easter season at the New England Air Museum in Windsor...
  • VersAbility CEO Kasia Grzelkowski on getting the next generation of leaders involved

    VersAbility CEO Kasia Grzelkowski on getting the next generation of leaders involved
    Kasia Grzelkowski has been president and CEO of VersAbility Resources in Hampton for nearly nine years. In its mission to help people with disabilities live full productive lives, VersAbility has grown to having a $39 million budget and more than 1,...
  • Ayuda gratis para declarar impuestos

    Sólo faltan dos semanas para llegar a la fecha límite para rendirle cuentas al tío Sam. Y con eso en mente el Servicio de Rentas Internas (IRS) desea recordar a los contribuyentes que hay más de 150 localidades en todo el sur de Florida donde se está...
  • Herbert Sully: Telephone repairman lived for his family

     Herbert Sully: Telephone repairman lived for his family
    Before there was the cable guy, there was Herbert Sully, the telephone guy. For most of his 85 years, beginning right after high school, Sully made his living installing telephones and repairing telephone lines. He lived to see the switchboard...
  • Schuh fund gave $184K to nonprofits

    Schuh fund gave $184K to nonprofits
    Spending thousands of dollars of his own money while running for county executive didn't bring Steve Schuh's charitable giving to a halt last year. During the months leading up to the 2014 election, he gave away over $184,000. Checks went to a variety...
  • Fee tax prep, filing for families and seniors from VITA, AARP

    Fee tax prep, filing for families and seniors from VITA, AARP
    Put the words "THE" and "IRS" together and it spells "THEIRS." That dreaded day when yours becomes theirs is April 15, when federal income taxes are due. There are free tax services to help families and seniors take full advantage of deductions and...
  • Shelter director grew into leadership role

    Shelter director grew into leadership role
    Lisa Wein laughs when asked about the changes she has seen in 18 years as the executive director of Haven House, the Hammond domestic violence shelter. "Well, when I started this job, I had no gray hair and no arthritis," she said. Even more...
  • April Food Day goal: Meet need until fall

    April Food Day goal: Meet need until fall
    A movement to help keep local food pantries stocked through September is under way and is set to culminate Wednesday — "April Food Day" — with a large-scale packing and distribution event at the Tinley Park Convention Center, according to...
  • Carole Sibel

    Carole Sibel
    Carole Sibel, a dynamic figure in Baltimore's charitable fundraising scene once described as a "mini United Way," died of cancer Friday at her Stevenson home. She was 79. "Carole was a one and only, and anybody who knew her had a life enriched," said...